The Hamavention 2022, #152 issue of TAPR’s quarterly newsletter, PSR, is now available here and from the TAPR website Library. Table of Contents of the Hamvention 2022, #152 issue of TAPR PSR: Hamvention PreviewTAPR Forum DetailsDigital Communications ConferenceDonate to TAPRWrite Here!On the NetThe Fine PrintOur Membership App By the way, your PSR editor is now accepting contributions for the next issue of PSR. June 15, 2022, is the deadline for submissions; send your submissions…
On Friday, May 20 of Hamvention week, Scotty Cowling, WA2DFI, will moderate the TAPR Forum in Greene County Fairgounds Forum Room 1. This years’ speakers and their topics are as follows: 09:15 – 09:35 AMPresenter: Scotty Cowling, WA2DFI, TAPR PresidentTitle: “TAPR Activities Update” 09:35 – 09:55 AMPresenter: John Ackermann, N8URTitle: “SynthDO GPS Disciplined Oscillator Project” Abstract: An update on the…
The annual ARRL/TAPR Digital Communications Conference (DCC) is scheduled for September 16-18, 2022, in Charlotte, North Carolina. Make your reservations now for three days of learning and enjoyment at the Hilton Charlotte Airport Hotel. The DCC schedule includes technical and introductory forums, demonstrations, a Saturday evening banquet and an in-depth Sunday seminar. The DCC is for everyone with an interest…
The Winter 2022, #151 issue of TAPR PSR is now available.
Long-time keeper of the TAPR kit inventory, Joe Borovetz, WA5VMS, became a silent key in September after a short illness.
Scotty Cowling, WA2DFI, George Byrkit, K9TRV, and Dan Babcock, N4XWE win with 32.7%, 23.6%, and 23.4% of the vote each.
Tom Clark, K3IO (formerly W3IWI), became a silent key on September 28. Tom was one of TAPR’s founders and served as Executive Vice President (1987-1989) and Director (1983-1993) of our organization.
During DCC weekend, new TAPR officers were selected and new Directors nominated.
Three Director positions on the TAPR Board of Directors are now open for nomination.
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